Pyssla med washi och japansk tejp - Trendenser
Vad gör man inte för att skingra tankarna när en av ens nära vänner ligger på förlossningen? Jag bestämde mig för att testa ett nytt pysselprojekt med Washi, eller japansk papperstejp som det också kallas. Med tandpetare, tejp och en vass sax fixar man snabbt fina vimplar till cupcakes modell mini. Tejpa, klipp och stick […]
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This is a cuff down, one circular needle, two stranded pattern up to and including size 15 men's. There are 2 charts included - one version has thinner bones but a more pronounced argyle pattern and also utilizes tonals and multis to better advantage when they are used as the main color. The other has thicker crossbones. Fun for the pirate lover in your life. Additional images show versions in Stroll Dandelion and Black, Stroll Multi Hearth and Stroll Cocoa, and Stroll Ash and Dove Heather.
Wool Knitted Socks Patterned Size 38-39 FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Christmas gift
Warm wool socks - the best gift for the one you love or even for your self in the season of cold. Wool is a natural fiber which people are using for thousands of years for various purposes, including clothing. Appart warming up characteristics wool also has a range of beneficial health properties. It soothes neuralgic pains, post-traumatic pain, limbs joints pain and etc. Wool lets the body to breath. Micro-massage that provides wool in contact with the surface of the human body…
Called sukkalegs in Shetland dialect, leggings make great take-along projects because they are both small and simple. Kate Gagnon Osborn added some Norwegian influence to her two-color leg warmers that feature stacks of partial stars and elegant shaping in vertical stripes. There are a few places where the nonworking yarn is carried for more than an inch (2.5 cm) across the back of the work - you may want to “tack” these floats to the wrong side of the work so they won’t catch on your toes…
Every year at our local fiber festival, I admire the rich colorways of the hand-dyed wool roving on offer, and I couldn’t resist incorporating some into these booties. I knit the booties flat using a sturdy yarn, working the thrums as I went. I love the way the bright roving contrasts with the rustic gray yarn on the outside; while inside, the roving forms a soft, squishy, very warm lining. Over time the thrums will felt together on the inner sole, creating an even footbed.